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Week #6: Thursday Updates         

By Aaron Brown

April 12, 2012


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GAME RECAPS (Thursday, April 12)


Foreman 20 Taft 17

Javier Garcia and Juan Garcia each scored 6 times in Foreman's 20-17 win over Taft. Jaime Riano scored 5 times in loss for Taft.


Fremd 13 Schaumburg 11 (OT)

JP French scored 5 times and Andre Degla added 4 scores as Fremd stayed perfect in the MSL West with a 13-11 overtime win over Schaumburg. Ryan Helsdingen added 3 scores and Max Plichta blocked 13 shots in the Vikings' triumph. Marty Kwiatkowski led the Saxons with 4 scores in the losing effort.


Glenbrook South 13 Glenbrook North 7

JJ Connor scored 8 times and Bob Meyer totaled 4 goals and 5 steals in the Titans' 13-7 win over GBN.


Homewood-Flossmoor 17 Lincoln-Way West 4

Zach Peterson scored 6 goals and Kevin Kuchta added 4 scores as H-F downed LWW 17-4. Henry Weeks scored 3 times and Nick Thiros added 2 goals in the Vikings' win.


Latin 14 St Ignatius 8

James Ruggiero and Jacob Himmel each recorded 5 scores as the Romans knocked off St Ignatius 14-8. Billy Barth notched 4 scores in the losing effort for the Wolfpack.


Lindblom 17 Little Village 15

Marshawn Shelton recorded 6 goals in Lindblom's 17-15 win over Little Village in CPS action.


Lockport 17 Bradley 12

Dave Hir and Zach Trent both scored 4 goals and Dan Oldendorf totaled 3 scores and 7 assists in the Porters' 17-12 win over Bradley. Chris Formosa also made 8 steals in the Lockport victory.


Naperville Central 16 Neuqua Valley 7

Dennis Herron recorded 5 goals and Matt Reasons tallied 4 scores in the Redhawks' 16-7 victory over Neuqua. TJ Johnson and Kyle Stablein also combined to score 5 times, while Matt Prestinario blocked 12 shots in the NC win. Robert Vechiola and Will Russell each scored 3 times in the loss for the Wildcats.


New Trier 19 Highland Park 9

Jordan Palmer registered 10 goals in the Trevians' 19-9 victory over Highland Park in CSL action.


Palatine 12 Barrington 10

Wally Kleinfeldt scored 6 goals and Peter Blackham made 9 saves as Palatine held off Barrington 12-10.


Lincoln Park 17 Payton-Jones 14

Ali Abdoy scored 7 times as Lincoln Park earned a 17-14 victory over Payton-Jones. Joseph Spadoro put in 7 scores in the loss for Payton-Jones.


Wheeling 10 Hersey 6

Austin Ihde recorded 4 goals and both Ben Reiff and Dan Shriber added 2 scores in Wheeling's 10-6 win over Hersey on Thursday.



Andrew 10 Lincoln-Way East 9

Megan Hofer scored from five-meters out as time expired to lift Andrew past East 10-9. Annamarie Lettiere and Abbey Wrobel both scored 3 times and Hofer added 2 scores, while Jordan Bartolini made

9 saves in the T-Bolts win. Zoe McCabe scored 4 times for East, while Emily Koss notched 3 scores, including the game-tying goal with :21 second left in regulation. Tricia Paul also made 15 saves in the loss for the Griffins.


Barrington 14 Palatine 4

Sam Gavars scored 4 goals and both Kate Luedtke and Kelly Meckert notched 2 scores as the Fillies beat Palatine 14-4. Brooke Fanslow also made 8 saves in the Barrington win. Rachel Chumbrook scored 3 goals and Hannah Otis blocked 9 shots in the loss for the Pirates.


Conant 16 Hoffman 5

Andie Cobb and Kristi Burke both scored 4 goals and Jessica Southern added 3 tallies in Conant's 16-5 win over Hoffman. Jessica Davis also made 16 saves in the Cougars' victory. Stephanie Lynn recorded

3 goals in the losing effort for the Hawks.


Fremd 10 Schaumburg 5

Lauren Zambelli totaled 3 scores and Erika Wickstrom added 2 goals as Fremd defeated Schaumburg by a 10-5 score. Julie Conrath registered 8 saves in the Vikings' win. Kristy Bessler scored 2 times and Jessica Sumsky made 19 saves in the losing effort.


Payton-Jones 16 Lincoln Park 5

Annika Schick notched 5 scores and Hannah Francis added 4 goals in Payton-Jones' 16-5 victory over Lincoln Park on Thursday. Moria Brown led LP with 3 scores in the losing cause.


Prospect 8 Elk Grove 4

Jessica Cavaiani scored 6 goals and Amanda Drucker made 6 saves in the Knights' 8-4 conference win over Elk Grove. Kathryn Noonan netted 3 scores and Leah Rivard blocked 20 for the Grenadiers.


Lincoln-Way Central 20 Stagg 9

Brittany Knowlton totaled 8 goals and Danijela Jackovich scored 7 times as LWC beat Stagg 20-9. Liz Hadhazy recorded 7 scores in the loss for the Chargers.


Lindblom 28 Little Village 1

Danielle Patrick poured in 14 goals in Lindblom's 28-1 victory over Little Village.


Naperville North 12 Metea Valley 4

Sofi Prorok and Taylor Bridgman each recorded 4 scores as Naperville North defeated Metea 12-4.


Oak Park 8 Maine South 7

Katie Appell scored 4 goals and drew 4 ejections and goalie Zoe Erickson made 8 saves as OPRF held off Maine South 8-7 in nonconference play.


Wheeling 7 Hersey 4

Leah Malsom scored all 7 goals in Wheeling's 7-4 victory over Hersey.



St Ignatius 6 Mother McAuley 6

Clare Bryar scored on a lob shot from four-meters to give Mother McAuley a 6-5 lead in the final period, but Tammy Stelnicki tied the game with under four minutes remaining and the Catholic League rivals ended up finishing in a 6-6 tie to start the Fenwick Tournament. Bryar and Vicky Arciniega each scored 2 times for the Mighty Macs, while Stelnicki led the Wolfpack with 3 goals.


Lyons 19 Loyola 6

Lizzy Kosin recorded 7 goals and Carrie Nacht added 6 scores as LT cruised to a 19-6 win over Loyola. Blair Hopwood and Kirby Kaptur (4 steals, 3 blocks) each tallied 2 scores in the Lions' victory. Marta Considine scored 3 goals and Meredith O'Brien blocked 12 shots in the loss for the Ramblers.


Stevenson 5 Neuqua Valley 0

Lisa Michalowski totaled 13 saves and 4 steals to help Stevenson earn a 5-0 shutout over Neuqua Valley. Brittany Gartenberg and Cami Haas each tallied 2 scores in the Patriots' win.


Naperville Central 19 Mundelein 6

Abbey Kerth scored 6 goals and Julia Campbell made 10 saves as Naperville Central topped Mundelein 19-6. Karrie Kozokar led the Mustangs with 4 scores in the loss.


Fenwick 12 Loyola 6

Colleen Barron scored 4 goals to lead the Friars past Loyola 12-6 to wrap up the first day of games at the Fenwick Tournament. Evan Swenson totaled 4 scores and Meredith O'Brien made 11 saves for the Ramblers in the losing effort.


GAME PREVIEWS (Thursday, April 12)



Neuqua Valley at Naperville Central

The Redhawks (7-3) will look to turn the tables on Neuqua Valley (7-7-1) after the Wildcats won the first meeting between the two teams back in Week 1. Meanwhile, the Wildcats can grab one of the top seeds in their own sectional by beating Central on Wednesday night.



Schaumburg at Fremd

Fremd (6-0, 12-4) has gotten the better of Schaumburg (5-1, 11-4) twice this season, but they'll have to do it one more time to essentially clinch the MSL West and a spot in the MSL title game. Can they beat a tough Saxons team with the pressure on?




Naperville North at Metea Valley

The Mustangs (7-3-1) surprised the Huskies (7-6) back in Week 1 with a narrow 8-7 win at the Neuqua Valley Tournament. Expect another close matchup when the two meet again on Wednesday night.


Fenwick Tournament

The premier girls' tournament kicks off on Thursday, with #4 Mother McAuley and #5 St Ignatius meeting in the opener at 4:00pm. The rest of the first night games include: #6 LT vs #9 Loyola, #7 Stevenson vs #25 Neuqua Valley, #1 NC vs #17 Mundelein, #5 Ignatius vs Evanston, and #2 Fenwick vs #9 Loyola.



Fremd at Schaumburg

The Vikings (6-0, 15-2) look to stay perfect in the MSL West when they travel to Schaumburg (3-3, 7-8) to take on a Saxons team fully capable of pulling off an upset.





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